The College of Lake County will give Mel Brooks’ ‘Young Frankenstein’ the musical treatment.
July 9 2:53 p.m. |
EDITORIAL: At long last, Winchester House in Libertyville has ceased usefulness for the money required to function as a public service. That’s the inescapable calculation of those who write the checks to make Lake County’s official nursing home function.
July 9 2:13 p.m. |
The Long Grove Village Board discussed options for what could be done with its trademark structure, the bridge that takes Robert Parker Coffin Road over the Buffalo Creek. A decision is weeks away at the minimum, but each of the choices the trustees will consider has benefits and costs — six figures worth of costs.
July 9 12:38 p.m. |
Buffalo Grove officials plan to relieve some traffic restrictions that were implemented along Lake-Cook Road
Already a year behind schedule, construction of Lake County’s nine-story criminal courts tower in Waukegan has run into another roadblock.
July 8 1:56 p.m. |
Former Buffalo Grove Police Chief Steve Balinski is once again bringing his annual Cars & Cigars event to Long Grove, this year with help from a new sponsor — the Kildeer Police Department, where he is now the police chief.
July 8 9:04 a.m. |
Lake County’s animal control and care facility is moving from an old building in Mundelein to a newly built complex in Libertyville.
Animal control does vaccinations, provides public awareness, houses abandoned animals and investigates animal cruelty complaints. All phone numbers to the department will remain the same.
The new 10,000-square-foot building is located at 18736 W. Peterson Road, which is just east of Route 45. Department spokeswoman Carolyn Waller said the one-story facility cost $3.5 million.
July 7 2:06 p.m. |
Lake County had 17,077 outstanding warrants in 2005 and hit a record-high 8,195 in 2008. Bolstered staffing and several warrant sweeps have brought the number down to 15,327.
July 7 1:38 p.m. |
Living proof that just-add-water development isn’t limited to our suburbs can be found an hour or so beyond the Lake County line, where the once wide-open spaces between DeKalb and Sycamore contain much more than the Dairy Queen and Farm and Fleet that you remember.
July 7 11:56 a.m. |
A multi-faceted, $2.37 million student success initiative is in place at the College of Lake County to counter the community college’s sub-par “success rate,” school officials said.
July 7 11:21 a.m. |